Archive for May, 2013

Munich Discussions on the B(3) Field and RFR

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Posted on: Friday, May 24, 2013 4:19 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Munich Discussions on the B(3) Field and RFR

Pleasure, if developed, RFR could lead to ESR, NMR and MRI without magnets, and a multi billion dollar industry. The resolution is much higher, the chemical shift pattern is unique, and there is no need for expensive cooled magnets. I discussed this with both Ernst and Anderson (joint Wolf Prize winners 1990). Ernst won the Nobel Prize in 1991 for FTNMR, just as I got back to Cornell Theory Center. I lectured to Ernst’s group at ETH and he was very encouraging. With the gear available today it should be straightforward and Simon Clifford has many good ideas as usual.

Sent: 24/05/2013 08:40:35 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Typo in List of RFR items

Many thanks, we discussed RFR and other experiments basing on the B(3) field here in Munich last week. Simon Clifford visited a trade show in Munich last week and met with Bernhard and me. We will continue our discussions at the conference.

Verschickt: Fr, 24 Mai 2013 7:53 am
Betreff: Typo in List of RFR items

It should be: OO446, OO572, OO582, OO585, UFT80, UFT81, UFT83, and UFT84.

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FOR POSTING: UFT242 and Background Notes

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Posted on: Friday, May 24, 2013 4:02 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: FOR POSTING: UFT242 and Background Notes

This is UFT242 which introduces a new wave equation of planar orbits and a new method of finding the planar orbit for any force law. Also reported are new animations by co author Bernhard Foltz.












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Daily Report 24/5/13

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Posted on: Friday, May 24, 2013 11:34 PM
Author: metric345
Subject: Daily Report 24/5/13

There were 2,166 hits from 508 distinct visits, 41.9% spiders from google and MSN. Auto1 91, Auto2 42, CEFE25, Englynion 20. National University of La Plata F3(Sp); Johennes Kepler University Linz Finite Photon Mass; Xarxa State Education System Catalonia UFT168(Sp); National Vocational Training Institute Chile Essay 28(Sp); University of the Frontier Chile Connection antisymmetry (Sp); National University of Colombia UFT16; Technical University of Bolivar Colombia F12(Sp); Fujitsu Corporation United States UFT41; Audi Corporation Germany Homopolar; Oberwolfach Mathematics Research Institute UFT88, UFT102; Technical University Darmstadt UFT85; Junta de Andalucia (Andalucian Parliament) UFT160(Sp); University of Lorraine Nancy UFT88; University of Poitiers general; University of Rennes 1 UFT88; International Centre for Theoretical Physics Trieste Italy Dan8; State Education Secretariat San Luis Potosi Mexico SU2 Quantum Electrodynamics; United States National Archives general; Royal Society of Chemistry publications, Journal Leaflet; Technical University of Peru UFT144 (Sp); Power Engineering Company Bucharest Romania Johnson Magnets; Bristol University UFT149. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for May 2013.

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Kurata Process

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Posted on: Friday, May 24, 2013 10:26 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Kurata Process

UFT183 and UFT184 in the UFT papers section of summarized my analysis of the use of the B(3) field in the Kurata process. The Kurata catalytic process has resulted in full scale production in Spain, and many entries on my blog deal with this. That type of Kurata process is a faily conventional catalytic process resulting in the production of clean burning fuel from olive waste and other kinds of waste. Kurata was an AIAS Fellow and claimed that my B(3) concept could be useful in his type of process. However he never gave any convincing details and so I produced UFT183 and UFT184. Sophie Jones of GET knows all about the Spanish plants, which are described on the net.

In a message dated 24/05/2013 13:28:25 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Dear Dr. Evans,
While trying to find some peer reviews of the Kurata Technology I seem to be getting referred back to you
as someone who understands the process.
I would like to find out more independently of what Kurata Systems say on the web site can you point me in a particular direct that may assist me
or a contact with Kurata Japan.
Thanking you,
Regards: Patsy Edgers

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242(6): Polar Angle Theta for any Planar Orbit and any Force law

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Posted on: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 2:57 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: 242(6): Polar Angle Theta for any Planar Orbit and any Force law

This is given in eq. (22) as a function of r for any force law F(r) between a mass m orbiting a mass M. There is an unknown constant of integration x as shown, but the result is perfectly general. For simplicity it has been assumed that the constant of integration y is zero. In the Newtonian theory the area is given by eq. (4), and this is how epsilon enters the analysis. The Newtonian force law is

F(r) = – mMG / r squared

and the Newtonian L sub 0 is

L sub 0 squared = alpha m squared MG

The time T is the time for one complete orbit. For the Earth this is one year. Eq. (25) is a new diffusion equation of astronomy. The integrals in Eqs. (22) and (23) are not analytical so must be evaluated with numerical integration as done by Dr. Horst Eckardt in the last note from him. This is no problem with contemporary software and hardware. This is a completely new discovery and method in astronomy so it will take some experimentation to fine tune it. We are just at the beginning of this procedure now.


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Computing Note 242(5)

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Posted on: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 11:25 PM
Author: metric345
Subject: Computing Note 242(5)

Many thanks very good work as usual. I would say that both constants of integration A and B have to be used to obtain the Newtonian result. I would suggest going back a little bit and checking eq. (3) of note 242(4) for t against the Newtonian result for t . I will calculate the Newtonian result for t this morning. This procedure determines the constants of integration A and B. Then having determined the constants A and B the true anomaly can be found.

Sent: 14/05/2013 22:30:05 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 242(5): The True Anomaly for a Given Distance R between m and M for any Force

I did some calculations for this note. The outer integral is not solveable analytically for the Newton force unless the integration constant is A=0. This solution is %o12 and is plotted in %t14. This does not look like theta(R) for an ellipse.
After that I solved the integral numerically. %t24 shows a plot of the integrands for A>0, A=0, A<0. Only for A<0 the integrandremains finite, in accordance with my earlier findings for the integration constant A.
The numerical results of the integral and the function theta ~ integral / R^2 are plotted in %t35. theta drops like 1/R, also this does not look likely for an ellipse. This needs further checks and study.
The known solution (8) contains a parameter epsilon. I wonder where this comes from in the general solution (2).


Am 14.05.2013 17:50, schrieb EMyrone

This note gives some more details of the method, notably the inner integral must be an indefinite integral as in eqs. (2) and (4). The outer integral is a definite integral from 0 to R. This note also gives another baseline check of the method in the Newtonian theory, in which eqs. (1) and (9) must be the same. When the baseline checks are complete the theory may be used to compute the perihelion precession for any force and any planar orbit.


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Daily Report 14/5/13

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Posted on: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 11:05 PM
Author: metric345
Subject: Daily Report 14/5/13

There were 1,724 hits from 508 distinct visits, 41.2% spiders from google, MSN, yandex and sistrix. Auto1 40, Auto2 20, Englynion 15, CEFE 12. Argentine Ministry of Economics and Finance Space Energy (Sp); University of Sidney UFT42, Physics Pontifical Catholic University of Chile UFT133 (Sp); Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences Leipzig Proof 2; Students of the Universities of Bonn and Bonn-Rhein-Sieg UFT88; Aarhus University Denmark UFT149; University of Wisconsin UFT171; University of Seville UFT166; Ibero-American University Mexico UFT150(Sp); Christiana Care Health System Delaware UFT14; Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute UFT77; Physics Strathclyde University UFT88; University of Sussex Proof2. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for May 2015.

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